Albergo Il Focolare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... teenage girls; some women have joined in also. Treviso is also one of those cities where one can get lost fairly easily by taking a turn down a small passage, but that doesn't last for long since there will be another piazza with some incredible historic buildings. It is a walled city and the canals surround the wall so a bridge has to be crossed in order to leave. Here are some pictures so you can get a sense of Treviso. ...
VENICE, JUNE 15
Well we arrived in Venice yesterday afternoon . It was raining on and off all evening. That did not deter us however from going to the Cipriani for dinner. It was Linda's birthday so we had a nice celebration at Cip's Club. We walked back to our hotel thru the drizzle. Venice was just lovely.
This morning, the sun was up as were ...
... back onto the water taxi and back to San Marco Square. By now the crowds had really swelled and it was raining quite heavily. Just to add to the situation, Venice was just starting to experience one of its regular floods (where the tides are too high for the sinking city) and now water was starting to rise up into the square and streets.
So picture us trying to navigate our way home in the pouring rain through narrow ...
This morning we arose especially early, as I had to go for the chop before we did anything else. By this, I mean of course to the on board barber. This was of mega importance as I was starting to feel somewhat like a cross between Catweazle and Worzel Gummage!!
This trip to the hair salon was not planned. I usually visit the barber before we leave home but due to other commitments I was unable to visit until the morning of departure. I arrived at my usual barber at exactly ...
... at the main map outside the train station, got my landmark and general direction, and off I went (without a map by the way). It seemed easy enough. After over an hour of what should have been only 45 minutes, I decided to buy a map from one of the countless tourist shops. After finding out where I was, close to where I started by the way, I drew my route out and off I went. When I arrived at my original landmark close to the hostel, I saw the first other ...